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zaknafein is offline Old Post 06-21-2004 10:18 AM
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Six Feet Under 6/20 "In Case of Rapture"

I liked this ep a lot better than last week. It wasn't nearly as dark and depressing as the premiere.

I like how George is beginning to irk the family. It should make things interesting. I was really surprised that David told Keith about his encounter with the plumber.

Oh, and Jonathon as clitoris boy was bizarre...

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Best opening death since the frying pan.

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Probably should of asked this in the season opener thread...

I watched Season 1 and loved it... Started to watch Season 2 and just didn't get into it as much and stopped.

With this season (it is #3, right) - can I start with the season opener and basically "catch up" with whats going on.... or do I need some sort of synopsis on what occured during the previous season?

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It is one thing to hate someone enough to send them dog crap... it is another to care enough to seal a fresh pile in their own Tupperware just to preserve it's freshness.

I was pretty surprised that Keith wasn't PO'ed at David getting a hummer from a stranger. That guy could have herpes or something (and knowing this show he probably did).

I really like the sugar-daddy storyline with Rico. She is slowly testing him to see how far he'll go until eventually he will get sloppy and destroy his marriage.

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I usually enjoy any series on HBO. I liked Oz, Deadwood, Sopranos, Sex and the City, etc. I somehow missed Six Feet Under so I watched a few older episodes and got a season pass for the new season. I guess I would figure out the characters and story before too long but, please, do these people have to kiss like they were slurping soup or smacking gum! The constant (it seems) smack, smack, smack, smack just drives me nuts. I canceled the season pass. Nip/Tuck is better anyway.

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With this season (it is #3, right) - can I start with the season opener and basically "catch up" with whats going on.... or do I need some sort of synopsis on what occured during the previous season?
The beginning of the first episode this season runs you through all the major events that have taken place in peoples lives; it'd probably be enough to catch you up since you know who everyone is for the most part.

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I liked this episode. George is definitely up to something. I also like the impeding rivalry between George and Arthur. Arthur sitting at the table silently fuming over the yogurt was priceless!

Can't say that I cared for Nate leaving the business. What's he gonna do, get a day job?

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Nate needs to get through his grieving without having to console everyone else in their grieving, so him 'quitting' is very appropriate. I'll be interested in seeing where they go with this. He really needs to get it out of his system though since he's the best person at Fisher & Diaz to interact with the customers.

I'm wondering if George is planning to get involved in the business? This George and Arthur rivalry is going to get messy, or at least messier than it already is.

I'm glad to see Claire getting back into her art. The blood and feces pictures will make a great start to an uncomfortable photo series.

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The blood and feces pictures will make a great start to an uncomfortable photo series.

The blood and feces series... that sounds like a show TBS would run during prime time.

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Its just great that ALL the characters are actually doing something to move the storylines ahead...which is something the writers at the Sopranos should consider more than twice a season...

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I liked last night's episode. I couldn't believe how many times I found myself laughing.

I'll say this though, if I had to be around people like Claire and her friends I'd be miserable. What depressing and annoying people.

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I thought the bits with Arthur were hilarious. I loved it when he looked up the definition of Formica.

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Do we all agree that it was Arthur's poop in the tupperware?

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quote:
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Do we all agree that it was Arthur's poop in the tupperware?



Definetly.... Since it was packed so neatly in Tupperware, I see it as
Arthur saying, "Eat S**t"

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LOL

I hadn't thought it through that far, I totally agree.

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I think the Tupperware feces delivery is related to part of George's mysterious past that is coming back to haunt him.

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quote:
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I think the Tupperware feces delivery is related to part of George's mysterious past that is coming back to haunt him.
That is what I was thinking, I am guessing he did something terrible relating to his family (such as molesting a son or daughter).

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Nate needs to get through his grieving without having to console everyone else in their grieving, so him 'quitting' is very appropriate.


I thought it was a little odd that David didn't suggest to Nate that he just take a few month sabbatical instead of quitting altogether - I mean, it's not like David couldn't see that being around funerals was not a healthy part of the healing process for Nate.

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Did anyone else notice that the poop formed a perfect heart? I kind of thought it might have been from a former lover or somebody who knew something about George's prior love life that wanted to send him a message or warning.

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Did anyone else notice that the poop formed a perfect heart? I kind of thought it might have been from a former lover or somebody who knew something about George's prior love life that wanted to send him a message or warning.


I noticed it.

To me having it come from Arthur might seem too obvious in the SFU universe. I hope it is from Arthur, as it is perfect that way, but it wouldn't surprise me if it leads somewhere else.

Now if it had come in a yogurt container...

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